I started to sing in a choir at the age of 5. I have always expressed myself through music, so my mom got me into the choir as soon as I was old enough to be able to sing Lyrics.
I've always been exposed to music because my mom went to school for musical theatre. I've been singing since I was less than two, and I started singing in a church choir in first grade. The first time I ever truly performed was in second grade, when I sang "Tomorrow" from Annie for my entire school in a competition called "North Street Idol." I have no clue what possessed me to do it, because I was just about as quiet, shy, and anxious as they come. My teeth were literally chattering after I finished, and I went into a state of shock when I found out that I won. That was a major stepping stone towards the eventual realization of my purpose, because although I was scared beyond belief, I also sort of enjoyed it.
Music is a passion of mine and has been for a long time (it's in my blood.) My dad played the bass guitar in a few groups, and he sings in our church's choir. His taste of music has been passed down and adopted by my brother and me.
Ever since I was young I have been singing. At five years old it was "Route 66" by John Mayer because it was featured in the movie Cars. Now, I sing anything from "Cantique" (a traditional French choral piece) to "Damned for All Time" in the musical Jesus Christ Superstar. I believe in the power of music.
Ever since a young age I have known I enjoy being the center of attention. I aspire and chase after the satisfaction of performing perfect pieces of choreography. Whether that is hitting the right note in a song, or dancing my heart out on a stage. It makes me feel as though nothing is wrong and ignites endorphins in my brain. I'm in love with the feeling of my heart pacing fast, and then slowly easing into comfort the more time I spend on the stage.This love fuels the months of endless practice leading up. I was born with a voice and at 5 years old I was put in vocal lessons, at the local ABC Music. The first song I sang and played on the piano was "Part of Your World" from the little mermaid. I still hear the claps of the audience at my vocal instructors house. Singing is very meaningful to me, in fact I cannot stop myself, all my favorite songs just blurt out of my mouth. Music has the ability to evoke such deep emotions and beautiful voices aspire me to keep practicing.
To start off I joined choir and band because it brought my attention to listen the notes of a beat and learn more about music. The more I practice I enjoy being
When I was in seventh grade, I joined the school band. I thought about what instrument I should play, and decided to play the clarinet. I started playing in school and discovered that I had a slight talent for it.
In 3rd grade I started theatre, only because my mom forced me to. I was a munchkin in the Wizard of Oz and for the first few rehearsals I gave no effort and was totally annoyed with it all. Then one day I don’t know what exactly happened, but something just clicked in my mind and I realized I wanted to do theatre and I wanted to be good at it. So I gave all my effort and have continued to do theatre to this
I've always had a love for math and science, but I think one thing that has driven me the most is my love for choir and robotics. I never considered myself a singer, I've always thought I never had the voice for singing. But one day in 8th grade, my friends had persuaded me to join our choir which was cool and exciting. Then I got to high school and I heard their choir sing and all I thought was I wasn't good enough to be singing with those kids. My music teacher ended up
I started playing when I was 10, my older brother introduced me to heaps of different music especially 80’s & 90’s punk and I loved it… I loved everything from punk to pop really, I’d lay in bed at night listening to the radio trying to record my favorite songs on my walkman and wanted to play it just seemed like a natural thing to want to do… I’ve never really thought why I began, I just loved music !!
It began when I was a young kid and my parents made me pick an instrument to play. Being only eight years old, I randomly picked the piano because I thought it sounded interesting.
My instrument is the clarinet; I started playing in the sixth grade and since then I've worked my way up to first chair in wind ensemble. Influenced to stand with it by alluring sounds and the delight I encounter while creating music, but likewise because I enjoy working together with others. Junior year I became Asst. head drum major and through arduous drive I advanced to Head drum major my senior
My passion for acting started as a toddler I used to perform at my daycare,and I would beg for a character with a bunch of lines. As a little girl I always knew what I wanted to be an Actress. Having
James Earl Carter Jr. born on October 1, 1924 was born in Plains, Georgia to James Earl Carter Sr. and Bessie Lillian Gordy. HIs father a peanut farmer and his mother a registered nurse. By the age of ten he started working in his dad store and enjoyed listening to baseball games and politics on the radio with his father. His parents were deeply religious and took him to church and sunday school each week. Carter attended Plains High School, an all white school, and became the first on his father's side of the family to graduate from high school. After high school, Carter went to Georgia Southwestern Junior College and studied engineering. He then went to the Georgia Institute of Technology and enrolled in the Naval ROTC program. After a while he applied and was accepted into the Naval Academy and served time in the navy. In 1962 after the Supreme Court ruling on Baker v. Carr he decided he might have a chance at running for office, so he ran for the Georgia State Senate and
Outside of school, I also play guitar and sing. About every four months I perform for my family and some other families. Music is my passion. I don’t know what I would do without it. Whenever I’m sad I pick the instrument and start playing a little something. I performed last Sunday, singing and playing “Castle on the Hill” by one of my idols, Ed Sheeran. I have never